Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’S)
What makes SoloPap™ unique is who collects the sample for testing. With our revolutionary procedure, now you can collect the necessary sample for both HPV and Pap test screening on your own.
After you collect the sample, the SoloPap™ test is subject to the same rigorous screening processes as a traditional doctor-administered test. It follows the identical path as a traditional sample.
Home diagnosis and monitoring of various disease states has become more prevalent in the past few years. Tests as varied as pregnancy, haemoglobin A1C, and urinalysis testing can be performed in the comfort and privacy of a patient’s home. These new avenues of self-testing can be attributed to patients’ more conscientious role in disease management, busier lifestyles, concern over privacy issues and/or apprehension of undergoing full screening.
The full kit which includes lab costs will be $120, this option you send your sample back to the Solopap laboratory for testing.
For HPVDNA testing, the cost is dependent on the NATA approved laboratories per state. Ask your doctor about the advantages of HPVDNA testing.
The sample collected can be used for HPVDNA testing and a Pap test. Australia is proposing to move to primary HPV testing with reflex liquid based cytology. SoloPap™ test procures a sample totally suitable for this role, HPV testing with reflex cytology.
After you collect the sample, the SoloPap™ test is subject to the same rigorous screening processes as a traditional doctor-administered test.
- The SoloPap™ kit enables the medical community to offer Pap screening to those women who would not normally make an appointment with a physician for a routine pelvic exam.
- SoloPap™ helps women participate in their own health care and offers a more convenient and easy option for a Pap screening.